Topping the bill next July will be Sam Fender, Kasabian, and Bombay Bicycle Club, with special co-headliners The Kooks and Blossoms
Truck Festival is set to make an epic comeback after three years away for an incredible weekend that celebrates its 25th Anniversary.
The annual independent music festival in Oxfordshire, England is set for an unforgettable return after the trial-blazing event had a record number of tickets sold in 2019, with a whopping 25 thousand people attending.
Festival-goers will be pleased to discover the epic weekend event is finally back for 2022 after organisers were forced to cancel the festivities two years in a row amid the pandemic.
And music fans can look forward to one of the most exciting lineup’s of the summer.
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Three years in the making, Truck returns and delivers in style with 5 not-to-be-missed headliners that leaves the competition in the dust – with Sam Fender, Kasabian, Bombay Bicycle Club, The Kooks and Blossoms all confirmed as part of a massive 2022 lineup.
Arguably the most talked-about UK artist of the past 12 months, Sam Fender steps up for a momentous headline performance – pulling from his rapturously received second album ‘Seventeen Going Under’ that has commanded 5 star ratings and packed out venues over the past few months.
With a stunning collection of hits in his back pocket and an impassioned live show primed for the biggest of stages, expect his headline turn at Truck Festival to be a seminal moment for a star soundtracking a new generation like no other.
One of the UK’s most celebrated live bands of the past 15 years, Kasabian will also make their long-awaited Truck debut for a Sunday night takeover that will have Hill Farm shaking from start to finish.
The Kooks and Blossoms will also take centre stage between 22 and 24 July, with other acts including Sigrid and Kelis ready to raise the roof with their much-loved tracks.
Other acts including Easy Life, Sports Team, Inhaler, Black Honey, Sundara Karma, Shame, The Big Moon, Alfie Templeman, Yard Act, Baby Queen, Vistas, The Magic Gang, The Subways, Orla Gartland, Spector, Do Nothing, The Orielles, Sorry, Lime Garden, The Goa Express and Phoebe Green will also perform over the incredible weekend.
Festival organiser Conor Burns said: “It’s been a very long time coming but it feels so good to be back. To have four of our all-time favourites sharing headliner duties is a real privilege.
“Sam Fender, Bombay Bicycle Club, The Kooks and Kasabian to close off the Sunday night, Truck Festival 2022 is already proving to be one for the history books.”
With demand incredibly high from festival goers carrying over festival tickets from the past two years, a limited number of Truck 2022 tickets remain. Weekend Tickets are on sale now, starting from £140, with fans encouraged to snap up tickets ASAP to avoid disappointment.
Grab your tickets, here.